Poblano pepper (Capsicum annuum)


The Poblano pepper originates from the Puebla region of Mexico. It is relatively sweet, large in size, and takes about 80 days to mature. When dried, this pepper turns brown and takes the name Ancho (wide) because it will have lost its length but will retain much of its thickness. The Poblano pepper has a moderate heat level of around 1000 to 1500 on the Scoville scale.

Latin name: Capsicum annuum
Common names: Poblano, Chile ancho, Puebla pepper
English: Poblano pepper
Family: Solanaceae

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  • Plant type
    • Annual
  • Flower color
  • Quantity
    • Envelope of about 200 seeds
  • Exposure
    • Full sun
  • Shape
    • Erected
  • Soil
    • All types of soils
  • Watering
    • Regular
  • Sowing
    • Directly in the garden
  • Plantation
    • In the garden after the risk of frost
  • Days to maturity
    • 100 days
  • Germination
    • 7 to 21 days
  • Depth
    • On the surface
  • Width
    • 25 cm
  • Height
    • 1 m
  • Family
    • Linaceae

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Plant type: Annual
Quantity: Envelope of about 20 seeds
Exposure: Full sun
Shape: Erected
Soil: Well drained
Watering: Regular
Sowing: Inside
Plantation: In the garden after the risk of frost
Days to maturity: 75 to 80 days
Germination: 7 to 10 days
Plant spacing: 40 cm
Row spacing: 40 cm
Depth: 5 mm
Width: 40 cm to 50 cm
Height: 60 cm to 1 m
Color: Green
Family: Solanaceae

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